The U.S. Department of Energy will host the first-ever Global Clean Energy Action Forum Sept. 21-23 in Pittsburgh. The Forum will be a joint convening of the 13th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) and 7th Mission Innovation (MI) ministerial — along with partners in the private sector, international organizations, academia, innovators, civil society, early career researchers and policy makers, and communities everywhere.
The three-day event will feature distinguished plenaries, topical roundtables with energy and science ministers from at least 30 countries, CEOs and experts, partner-driven Side Events, a Clean Energy Technology Showcase, receptions, and other festivities.
There are multiple ways for U.S. companies and industry participants to get involved:
- Plan to Register and Attend. The newly announced website includes details on the event and a sign-up to be notified when registration opens in late June. www.gceaf.org.
- Host a booth and demonstrate your innovative solutions in the Clean Energy Technology Showcase – due June 30: Apply here
The theme for the GCEAF is “Rapid Innovation and Deployment.” The focus will be on accelerating the pace and scale of innovation of energy technologies through collaboration and shared strategies, as well as shortening the RDD&D continuum to achieve commercialization to combat the climate crisis.
GCEAF Sectors of Interest
- Crosscutting Technologies
- Enabling Activities